Kenneth G. Ryden is adept at creating site and context specific works of virtually any scale. His works range from abstract to representational forms as he seeks to create sculpture that invokes an aesthetic response appropriate to the history, architecture, and cultural climate characteristics of a particular setting. In addition to bronze, he often employs other media in a complex composition. A skilled mediator, Kenneth is proficient at working with community representatives, architects, and engineers, prior to creating a sculpture that relates to the site and context well. He makes one of a kind sculptures, not editions, unless making numbered and signed copies of a maquette is an appropriate way to assist the process of funding large scale commissions. 

To Commission an Original Sculpture:
1.) An initial design fee is paid to the artist who will in turn produce a drawing or model for the approval of the commissioner.
2.) Unless special arrangements are made, one half of the agreed purchase price of a commissioned work will be paid to the artist upon the signing of a contract.
3.) The artist will collect the balance of the fee upon delivery or installation of the work.

Contact the artist by e-mail or phone for a free consultation.